Since creating the first educational videodisk
, Waterford continues to be at the cutting edge of technology-delivered instruction.
David Paul Gregg first envisioned the optical disk (or VIDEODISK
as he named it) in 1958 and patented the technology in 1961 and 1969.
14) the Advanced Access Content System Licensing Administrator (AACS LA) digital rights management for high-definition videodisk
standards (adopted into both HD-DVD and BluRay standards), Universal Plug-N-Play developed by Microsoft and numerous third-party equipment manufacturers (UPnP Forum) ostensibly to simplify and automate an end-user's installation of hardware on a computer that uses the Windows operating system.
Almost every home has one of the consumer electronics products such as a videocassette recorder, a compact disk player, or a digital videodisk
player (Han et al.
Moving on to other electronic resources, 2002 sees the reissue on videodisk
(122 minutes) in a letterbox widescreen format of the 1996 Michael Winterbottom film, Jude the Obscure, published in association with BBC Films (New York: PolyGram Video; USA Home Entertainment, 2002).
DVD stands for digital videodisk
, and most DVD drives and platters are also in the read-only memory format.
This study investigated the effectiveness of a videodisk
More recently, applications including computer simulations, videodisk
technology, and computer assisted instruction have been created to teach students with disabilities.
The PS/2 TV allows you to access cable TV, broadcast TV, VCRs, videodisk
players, camcorders and closed-circuit TV.
The Technological Innovation in Medical Education project, known as TIME, consists of a computer combined with a videodisk
and voice-recognition technology.
Touch the screen on a videodisk
program to learn more about artifacts on display.
Doremi is a leading developer and manufacturer of videodisk
recorders and video servers for the broadcast, post production, digital cinema and ProAv markets.